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Andrew Scheer

The new Tory leader promises his team is a “government in waiting.”
It was a rocky reception for the former Tory leader on his home turf.
The outgoing Conservative leader called on Trudeau to resign.
Andrew Scheer fired back that the prime minister is shirking responsibility for his own failure.
The former Toronto police chief was asked to apologize for supporting street checks.
The police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has sparked outrage around the world.
The employment minister later said 200,000 CERB claims have not been flagged as potentially fraudulent.
Canada is expected to hit the “largest budgetary deficit on record” in 2020-2021.
Andrew Scheer was also asked about Quebec’s plans to resume elementary classes during the coronavirus crisis.
Canada's first virtual Parliament sitting was a wild ride.
The mute button had never been more important.
But the Tory leader won’t say if there will be any repercussions.
The Conservative leader said he wouldn’t weigh in because Derek Sloan is running for Tory leader.
He invoked the French expression of “tataouinage.”
The Green Party’s Elizabeth May says her "blood is boiling" because the Conservatives seem willing to risk the public’s health for in-person meetings.
The Conservative leader wants "regular opportunities" to question Trudeau in the House.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was also pressed about his weekend trip to his cottage at Harrington Lake.
MPs will see an automatic salary bump of more than $3,000 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Tory MP Scott Reid claims he was told to "stay away" from the House of Commons.